Actors Of "Vikings - Season 2"
Characters Of "Vikings - Season 2"
Creators of "Vikings - Season 2"
Critics Of "Vikings - Season 2"
Henry A. Otero TV Fanatic
February 28, 2014 In many ways, it surpasses all of the first season's accomplishments. Fellow Vikings fanatics, we're in for one hell of a ride.Read in Source
Courtney Vaudreuil TV Equals
March 04, 2014 One of the things I love most about Vikings is how visually arresting it is. It has one of the most haunting opening credit sequences that I've ever seen.Read in Source
Karen Valby Entertainment Weekly
March 21, 2014 The best of what Vikings has to offer, besides artfully, horrifically staged sequences of warfare, is fierce Lagertha. Played by Katheryn Winnick (a black-belt tae kwon do teacher in a past life), she may be the most exciting feminist character on TV.Read in Source
Maureen Ryan Huffington Post
March 04, 2014 This gorgeously shot drama -- and it's one of the most visually striking shows on TV -- is simple but not simplistic, and that's a crucial distinction.Read in Source
Hank Stuever Washington Post
February 27, 2014 Vikings exceeds expectations, so long as those expectations aren't up in Game of Thrones territory. What could be a silly exercise in quasi-historical swordplay is instead an earnest, tightly told family drama.Read in Source
David Griffin ScreenRant
March 04, 2014 The reasons for Vikings success stem from its stellar casting, and top-notch writing from Tudors veteran Michael Hirst.Read in Source
Ed Bark Uncle Barky
February 27, 2014 Vikings has emerged in its second season as a series of appreciably higher quality. Its characters and storytelling, all within a world quite unlike any other on the TV landscape, have gone far beyond the cardboard stage.Read in Source
Roth Cornet IGN Movies
March 04, 2014 The series greatest strength is the sense that we're visiting a culture, a people that has been so mysterious; that we're seeing both the mundane and extraordinary aspects of what a Viking's life may have been.Read in Source
Matt Roush TV Guide
February 27, 2014 Vikings has a primitive grandeur, with generous helpings of sex and savagery. Missing Spartacus this winter? Give these warriors a look.Read in Source
Rob Owen Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
March 03, 2014 The setting and culture of Scandinavia in A.D. 796 made Vikings stand out in its first season, but at this point it's just another period soap on cable.Read in Source
Soundtracks Of "Vikings - Season 2"
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Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...